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First Do No Harm: Wrestling With the New Medicine's Life and Death Dilemmas
First Do No Harm Wrestling With the New Medicine's Life and Death Dilemmas
Author: Bruce Hilton
ISBN-13: 9780687130504
ISBN-10: 0687130506
Publication Date: 2/1991
Pages: 160
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Publisher: Abingdon Press
Book Type: Paperback
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Bruce Hilton presents central issues surrounding such bioethical dilemmas as life-support systems, genetic engineering, surrogate parenting, euthanasia, right to privacy, human guinea pigs, durable power of attorney, and the abortion pill. Hilton explores the pros and cons of a variety of measures and sets the stage for the questions which people of faith should ponder or discuss when faced with difficult bioethical choices. He explains how our faith influences our responses to the controversial applications of medical technology.